Starting with South India, a Depression has formed over Southeast Arabian Sea and adjoining Southwest Arabian Sea. The system will move away from the landmass. So, its effect will be negligible over India. However, strong winds might lash South Tamil Nadu and South Kerala coast for another 24 hours. We expect rains to continue over coastal Karnataka and Tamil Nadu with one or two moderate spells. South coast of Andhra Pradesh and Lakshadweep will receive scattered rains. Isolated light rains are likely over Interior Karnataka, Kerala. Weather of rest all places will remain dry.
Talking about Central India, where no significant weather system is affecting. However, we expect marginal dip in minimums over Western parts of Rajasthan as well as over parts of Gujarat. Weather of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Vidarbha will remain dry and sunny.
Coming on to North India, where a Western Disturbance is prevailing over Afghanistan and adjoining areas. We expect northwesterly winds to continue over Northern Plains. Weather of entire North India including the hilly states as well as Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab and Delhi will remain dry. Delhi pollution is likely to worsen further.
Lastly in East India, a Cyclonic Circulation is persisting over Eastern parts of Bangladesh. However, we do not expect any significant weather activity over East and Northeast India due to lack of moisture. Weather will remain dry and sunny. However, fog will appear during morning hours. Minimum temperatures may fall marginally over here.
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